Author: A.G. Howard


Sep 17
Review: Slasher Girls and Monster Boys

Review: Slasher Girls and Monster Boys

Even if you’re not a fan of short stories, you need to give this anthology a shot.  It’s a collection of horror stories by some very well-known YA authors, and the result is solid and diverse, with one common them running through all of the stories.  They don’t feature the type of bimbo-ish, murder-bait girls typically found in horror movies. These girls take charge and get revenge on the men who have wronged them. With only two exceptions, these 14… Read more »


Jan 01
Review and Giveaway: Unhinged by A.G. Howard

Review and Giveaway: Unhinged by A.G. Howard

Alyssa is  back home from Wonderland, enjoying a normal (or what passes for normal in Alyssa’s world) life in high school with Jeb by her side.  This relative peace comes to a screeching halt when a wave of water summoned by Morpheus sweeps her back to Wonderland.  Queen Red has seized parts of Wonderland, and Morpheus threatens to wreak havoc in the human world unless Alyssa agrees to help. Oh, wait a minute…that was just a dream…perhaps.  A very vivid… Read more »


Feb 24
Review: Splintered by A.G. Howard

Review: Splintered by A.G. Howard

Splintered is a dark retelling of Alice in Wonderland.  The story is every bit as captivating as the book cover, which was the first thing that captured my attention from this debut author.  A.G. Howard has a wild and vivid imagination.  Everything that she describes – colors, sights , sounds, emotions, sensations – you can almost feel yourself, as when Alyssa, a descendant of Alice Liddell, describes “moans and wails rattling my spine.” When we first meet Alyssa, she is… Read more »